Savino Sguera

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In open scenarios, agents willing to cooperate must impact the communication barrier between them and their unknown partners. If agents are not relying on any agreement about the meaning they ascribe to the symbols used in the conversation, semantic misalignments will arise on the discourse domain as well, thus making the communication impossible. In wide(More)
In this paper we present J-ALINAs, a JADE-based Architecture for LINguistic Agents. The purpose of this architecture is to support communication between agents whose beliefs and intentions are driven by different, heterogeneous, knowledge models. This objective, often referred in literature as semantic coordination, can be carried on through the(More)
Delivering component-oriented architectures is a well-established trend in software engineering and development. Assessing software reuse scenarios goes much beyond the usual “build vs buy” dilemma that so often occurs in early stages of a software process: scouting, comparing, choosing and integrating the right set of components meeting project’s(More)
A few years have passed from the first alarming yells about the unmanageable growth of data which is literally exploding from the Web. While Web2.0 technologies, born and grown from the crowd of the web community, are reaching their full maturity, and with W3C eventually managing to give concreteness to Berners-Lee Semantic Web Vision through a plethora of(More)
Software development nowadays largely consists of adapting existing functionalities or components to perform in a new environment, and is biased towards delivering component-oriented architectures. Finding, choosing, provisioning and integrating the right libraries or components is still an ad-hoc and error prone task. This paper describes the SSP (Software(More)
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